I have a 1GB USB stick, and I would like to install feather linux on it, so I can use linux when I'm on the road etc. But I would also like to be able to move files w/ it, that can be viewed on Windows boxes. I figure I have 2 options,
a. partition it, one w/ ext2 or whatever file system feather linux needs and the other w/ FAT
b. format the entire thing w/ FAT
Also, w/ the first option, I imagine the first option might not work, becuase I think Windows will only mount the primary partition, and to the best of my knowledge (i.e. cant access the music partition on your ipod through windoze). Also, w/ the first thing, could I mount the second fat partition, and save files to it, becuase it is not active? Any advice?
Also, If I install ISOLinux or another bootloader to my USD drive's Master Boot Record, how can I remove it later?